Bahamas residents document Hurricane Dorian on social media
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Bahamas residents document Hurricane Dorian on social media


>>THE BAHAMAS CONTINUE TO TAKE
A POUNDING FROM DORIANE RIGHT
NOW AND VIDEO STILL STREAMING A POUNDING FROM DORIANE RIGHT
NOW AND VIDEO STILL STREAMING
IN. NOW AND VIDEO STILL STREAMING
IN.
>>WE HAVE A LOOK AT THE IMAGES. IN.
>>WE HAVE A LOOK AT THE IMAGES.
>>SO MUCH DRAMATIC VIDEO OVER>>WE HAVE A LOOK AT THE IMAGES.
>>SO MUCH DRAMATIC VIDEO OVER
THE LAST FEW HOURS.>>SO MUCH DRAMATIC VIDEO OVER
THE LAST FEW HOURS.
OUR CREW THERE GETTING TO SEE THE LAST FEW HOURS.
OUR CREW THERE GETTING TO SEE
FIRSTHAND SOME OF THE OUR CREW THERE GETTING TO SEE
FIRSTHAND SOME OF THE
DEVASTATION. FIRSTHAND SOME OF THE
DEVASTATION.
WE ALSO CONTINUE TO GATHER VIDEO DEVASTATION.
WE ALSO CONTINUE TO GATHER VIDEO
FROM RESIDENTS DOCUMENTING THE WE ALSO CONTINUE TO GATHER VIDEO
FROM RESIDENTS DOCUMENTING THE
DAMAGE ON SOCIAL MEDIA. FROM RESIDENTS DOCUMENTING THE
DAMAGE ON SOCIAL MEDIA.
>>THE FIRST VIDEOS WERE SEEN DAMAGE ON SOCIAL MEDIA.
>>THE FIRST VIDEOS WERE SEEN
COMING OUT OF THE ABCO ISLANDS>>THE FIRST VIDEOS WERE SEEN
COMING OUT OF THE ABCO ISLANDS
OF THE DEVASTATION. COMING OUT OF THE ABCO ISLANDS
OF THE DEVASTATION.
>>THIS IS MY NEIGHBOR. OF THE DEVASTATION.
>>THIS IS MY NEIGHBOR.
>>MUCH OF IT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA>>THIS IS MY NEIGHBOR.
>>MUCH OF IT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA
FROM RESIDENTS WHO ARE RIDING>>MUCH OF IT VIA SOCIAL MEDIA
FROM RESIDENTS WHO ARE RIDING
OUT THE STORM. FROM RESIDENTS WHO ARE RIDING
OUT THE STORM.
HIGH WINDS. OUT THE STORM.
HIGH WINDS.
FLOODING. HIGH WINDS.
FLOODING.
AND THE SHEER DESTRUCTION OF FLOODING.
AND THE SHEER DESTRUCTION OF
PROPERTY. AND THE SHEER DESTRUCTION OF
PROPERTY.
THIS DRAMATIC VIDEO OF A FAMILY PROPERTY.
THIS DRAMATIC VIDEO OF A FAMILY
TRAPPED WITH A SMALL CHILD THIS DRAMATIC VIDEO OF A FAMILY
TRAPPED WITH A SMALL CHILD
SURROUNDED BY WATER. TRAPPED WITH A SMALL CHILD
SURROUNDED BY WATER.
>>I’M BEGGING YOU. SURROUNDED BY WATER.
>>I’M BEGGING YOU.
MY BABY IS ONLY 4 MONTHS OLD.>>I’M BEGGING YOU.
MY BABY IS ONLY 4 MONTHS OLD.
PLEASE. MY BABY IS ONLY 4 MONTHS OLD.
PLEASE.
>>IT WAS SO DIFFICULT TO HEAR PLEASE.
>>IT WAS SO DIFFICULT TO HEAR
THE DESPERATION OF HER VOICE AND>>IT WAS SO DIFFICULT TO HEAR
THE DESPERATION OF HER VOICE AND
SO MANY PEOPLE NOT BEING ABLE TO THE DESPERATION OF HER VOICE AND
SO MANY PEOPLE NOT BEING ABLE TO
GET OUT WITH THE STORM STILL SO MANY PEOPLE NOT BEING ABLE TO
GET OUT WITH THE STORM STILL
POUNDING PARTS OF THE BAHAMAS. GET OUT WITH THE STORM STILL
POUNDING PARTS OF THE BAHAMAS.
IT IS CLEAR FROM THESE VIDEOS POUNDING PARTS OF THE BAHAMAS.
IT IS CLEAR FROM THESE VIDEOS
THAT WITHOUT EVEN TIME TO ASSESS IT IS CLEAR FROM THESE VIDEOS
THAT WITHOUT EVEN TIME TO ASSESS
SOME OF THE DAMAGE ON THE GROUND THAT WITHOUT EVEN TIME TO ASSESS
SOME OF THE DAMAGE ON THE GROUND
THE ABCO ISLANDS HAVE SEEN SOME OF THE DAMAGE ON THE GROUND
THE ABCO ISLANDS HAVE SEEN
EXTREME DEVASTATION BECAUSE OF THE ABCO ISLANDS HAVE SEEN
EXTREME DEVASTATION BECAUSE OF
DORIANE. EXTREME DEVASTATION BECAUSE OF
DORIANE.
>>AND AGAIN WE WILL CONTINUE TO DORIANE.
>>AND AGAIN WE WILL CONTINUE TO
GATHER MORE OF THIS VIDEO.>>AND AGAIN WE WILL CONTINUE TO
GATHER MORE OF THIS VIDEO.
AND BRING YOU MORE AFTER THE GATHER MORE OF THIS VIDEO.
AND BRING YOU MORE AFTER THE
GAME AND AS I ACCEPTED — AS I AND BRING YOU MORE AFTER THE
GAME AND AS I ACCEPTED — AS I
SEND IT BACK TO YOU — BRINGING GAME AND AS I ACCEPTED — AS I
SEND IT BACK TO YOU — BRINGING
US THE LIVE REPORT. SEND IT BACK TO YOU — BRINGING
US THE LIVE REPORT.
AFTER THE EYE PASSED THEY GOT US THE LIVE REPORT.
AFTER THE EYE PASSED THEY GOT
BACK INTO THEIR SAFE AREA AT THE AFTER THE EYE PASSED THEY GOT
BACK INTO THEIR SAFE AREA AT THE
HOTEL. BACK INTO THEIR SAFE AREA AT THE
HOTEL.
WE HAVE NOT HEARD FROM THEM YET HOTEL.
WE HAVE NOT HEARD FROM THEM YET
BUT AS YOU SAW WITH THE RADAR A WE HAVE NOT HEARD FROM THEM YET
BUT AS YOU SAW WITH THE RADAR A
LOT OF RAIN AND DANGEROUS RAIN BUT AS YOU SAW WITH THE RADAR A
LOT OF RAIN AND DANGEROUS RAIN
AND WIND STILL IN THE AREA SO LOT OF RAIN AND DANGEROUS RAIN
AND WIND STILL IN THE AREA SO
ONCE WE HEAR FROM THEM OBVIOUSLY AND WIND STILL IN THE AREA SO
ONCE WE HEAR FROM THEM OBVIOUSLY
WE’LL TALK TO THEM AND GET THE ONCE WE HEAR FROM THEM OBVIOUSLY
WE’LL TALK TO THEM AND GET THE
VIDEO AND GET A BETTER WE’LL TALK TO THEM AND GET THE
VIDEO AND GET A BETTER
UNDERSTANDING OF THE DAMAGE IN

37 thoughts on “Bahamas residents document Hurricane Dorian on social media

  1. If you keep skipping back like Fast skipping back to the beginning of this video after the first second happens it starts to look like the gentleman on the left is about to put his mouth over something or eat something

  2. Them people are myserabje, struggling and unhappy plus a bad habit of riding better than they are living sooo ratchett and so many filthy Haitians there I would not dare FL is ruined it'll never be that same its sooo many Haitians there

  3. that video was during the EYE. the worst part come in after the eye has passed as the winds shift the oposite direction

  4. Man this is what I’m talking about why not leave you put you and your families life in danger. I don’t care what I had to do but I know that I would have evacuated.

  5. How do we know these videos are from The Dorian Hurricane? No date or DORIAN not mentioned. Could be any kind of footage spliced together by the news room.

  6. WTF is going on with that news reporters desk where U have to walk up stairs to get to it? hahahhaha………R they preparing for a storm surge to rush thru the news station?

  7. How about you assholes put a major warning out to florida before the population go to bed having been told it will turn north!

  8. They need to shut off electricity during storms of this magnitude. Those power lines looked mighty menacing with all that water below. Cellphones have batteries. You can use them for emergency alerts and all that good stuff. Keep the power to the cell towers and warning/alert systems, but cut off the rest. If necessary, make it a law that when a storm of this magnitude is going on, all cell phones must have unlimited data that does not count against the normal data. This way everyone can monitor the conditions around them. Simple and easy. No need to fry people with the power lines downed.

  9. I'm so happy they were rescued. But, she didn't love her baby enough to get it out of direct line of 185 mph winds & 25+ feet of storm surge on a flat island. ANYONE who "rides out" a storm like this with kids, should be jailed & kids removed, that is if they survive! Unfortunately, they have no chose of being born to irresponsible parents. The other parent's in Abaco wasn't as lucky & two beautiful children drown. They should drown the parents.

  10. Sadly even with days of notification of storms coming people still do not learn or take precautions with these monsters; just like alot of people in Florida right now are not going to do. I wish people would learn from past storms and think about the weather and their family instead of assuming that nothing bad could ever happen to them. People in Tornado Valley are the same way, I lived there for a while and people only panicked the moment it was to late to do anything… think ahead everyone and take life threatening events seriously.

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